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NGOsource has had an exciting year of growth so far, as we work with more U.S. foundations and NGOs around the world to streamline international grantmaking. Stay up to date on the latest news from NGOsource by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
 
 
 
NGOsource for Community Foundations
 
NGOsource's equivalency determination (ED) repository helps community foundations serve their stakeholders by making international grantmaking more efficient. Read about how we work with community foundations in the U.S. and internationally.
 
 
 
Impact Story: Family Planning in the Philippines
 
"Without the equivalency certification, I don't think we could have gotten the much needed grant we received." Read how the Forum for Family Planning & Development in the Philippines has leveraged major grant funding from the U.S. to expand its impact.
 
 
 
Welcome to Our Newest Members
 
Our members benefit from each other's completed EDs, and our global reach is growing: NGOsource has processed EDs in 108 countries.

Please join us in welcoming these new members to the NGOsource community: Give A Day Foundation, Good Hand Foundation Corp., McDonald Agape Foundation, Permian Basin Area Foundation
 
 
 
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